Career Path: Professional roles include, but are not limited to Forensic Auditors, IT Auditors, Law Enforcement, and Internal Auditors.
As a Certified Digital Forensics Examiner you will have learned electronic discovery and advanced investigation techniques, and hold computer forensic knowledge that will help organizations recognize, seize, preserve and present digital evidence. You will be certified in using forensically sound investigative techniques in order to evaluate the scene, collect and document all relevant information, interview appropriate personnel, maintain chain-of custody, and write a findings report.
Being a Certified Digital Forensics Examiner will benefit organizations, individuals, government offices, and law enforcement agencies in performing these investigations and reporting their findings.
- Lesson 01 - Introduction
- Lesson 02 - Computer Forensic Incidents
- Lesson 03 - Investigation Process
- Lesson 04 - Disk Storage Concepts
- Lesson 05 - Digital Acquisition & Analysis
- Lesson 06 - Forensic Examination Protocols
- Lesson 07 - Digital Evidence Protocols
- Lesson 08 - CFI Theory
- Lesson 09 - Digital Evidence Presentation
- Lesson 10 - Computer Forensic Laboratory Protocols
- Lesson 11 - Computer Forensic Processing
- Lesson 12 - Digital Forensics Reporting
- Lesson 13 - Specialized Artifact Recovery
- Lesson 14 - e-Discovery and ESI
- Lesson 15 - Cell Phone Forensics
- Lesson 16 - USB Forensics
- Lesson 17 - Incident Handling
- Lesson 18 - PDA Forensics
- Lesson 19 - Investigating Harassment